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Second Saturday Art Walk guide for April

 

Last month's Second Saturdays Art Walk in Wynwood and Design District was slow for two reasons: Scope New York stole a few gallerists' attention and the food truck court got shut down amid controversy.

Facing neither of those contingencies this time around -- yes, love or lament 'em, the food trucks are back -- Art Walk this coming Saturday is jammed with more promising exhibitions than you will be able to attend in one night, including a group show at Dorsch Gallery tied together by the humble line and set to music by resident singers from the Florida Grand Opera. For a full preview of Art Walk on Saturday, visit beachedmiami.com.

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